Sturgis is 10-for-11 on field goals this year, including three from 50-plus. He should be started every week from here on out.
Tucker made his only field goal last week, a chippy from 23 yards. He's 12-for-14 this season.
After two weeks of double-digit scoring, Hauschka made just two field goals last week, both after he passed concussion tests.
Akers made his only field goal attempt last week, a shot from 51 yards out. He's a real weapon for the Lions.
Lindell knocked through two field goals against the Eagles last week. He is just 5-for-7 on the season.
Prater didn't have a field goal attempt last week, but if you own him you're starting him.
Bailey made his only field goal attempt last week, and is now 10-for-12 on the season. The Cowboys should score plenty against the Eagles.
Cundiff made his only field goal attempt last week. He is now 9-for-11 on the season and isn't your best option this week or most others either.
Feely kicked but two extra points last week and has now had a pair of games with fewer than three points.
Forbath went 3-for-4 on field goals last week, his first game back from injury.
Gano trotted out for five extra points and nothing else last week. I'm betting he's busier in the field goal department on Sunday.
Nugent went 2-for-3 on field goal attempts last week, and could be in for a big day in the friendly confines of Ford Field.
Dawson knocked through all three of his field goal attempts last week, and has now made five straight after missing two in San Francisco's Week 4 game.
Vinatieri went 3-for-3 on field goals last week, including two from at least 50 yards. He's set up well to be a top-12 kicker.
Walsh had an uneventful day a week ago, kicking just a 23-yard field goal. I expect him to have a bit more action on Monday night.
Gostkowski made all three of his field goal attempts last week, including one from 54 yards out. He's 16-for-17 on the year and second in fantasy scoring among kickers.
Scobee made both of his field goal attempts last week, and is now 7-for-7 on the year. Two of those are from at least 50 yards. He could be a real fantasy weapon if he were on a better team.
Gould made both of his field goal attempts last week, including a 52-yarder that gave the Bears a six-point lead in the fourth quarter. He's 10-for-10 on the year.
The Rams surprised everyone by scoring five touchdowns against the Texans, largely keeping Zuerlein bored all day. He'll see a bit more action this week.
Henery made a chip shot from 24 yards out last week, his only field goal attempt of the day. This should be a high-scoring game, making him a worthwhile start.
Crosby went 4-for-5 on field goals last week and is now 13-for-14 on the season. He should be started every week.
Suisham made four field goals last week, and could be in for another busy day against the Ravens.
Succop made his only field goal attempt last week, a 33-yarder. He is 11-for-13 on the year.
Carpenter drilled a 51-yard field goal last week, his only attempt of the game. He's 12-for-13 on the season.
Bryant remains a reliable fantasy kicker, knocking through eight of his nine attempts this season. The Julio Jones injury could bring down this whole offense, though.
Folk remained perfect on field goals this year by hitting both of his attempts last week. He has knocked through all 13 tries.
Novak made all four of his field goal attempts last week. He is 13-for-15 on the season and should be taken seriously in fantasy leagues.
Bullock made both of his field goal attempts last week. The Texans are inconsistent offensively, and should struggle in Kansas City this week.
Brown has now gone four weeks without a field goal. He has just six field goal attempts this year.
Bironas made both of his field goal attempts last week, but he cannot be trusted as a fantasy kicker with an offense like Tennessee's.
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